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We’ve listed 2200 John Street in the Manhattan Beach Tree section.
This Craftsman-style home was custom-built for the owners in 1994 and is being offered for sale for the first time. The particulars are as follows:
- 4 bedrooms, 3½ baths
- 3801 sqft.
- 5693 sqft (45 x 126) lot
- Best Tree section location
- Dramatic 2-story living & dining rooms
- 3 Fireplaces
Open beam ceilings
- Quarter-sawn oak floors
- Limestone floors in bathrooms
- Built-in cherry cabinetry throughout
- Huge master suite with sitting area and private deck
- Surround sound and/or stereo speakers in all rooms
- Underground utilities
- Award-winning schools
This home will be available for viewing at the end of the month. Interior photos will follow shortly.
The asking price is $2,499,000.
For more information, please use one of the following contact methods:
Phone or text: (310) 729-4255
Email: [email protected]
Phone or text: (310) 738-1388
Email: [email protected]
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